The two streaming sites kicked off this past month with a robust, diverse selection of movies.
The movie was the first feature from Nietzchka Keene, who worked on microscopic budgets, often incorporating mythological or supernatural elements.
A new series at Metrograph features documentaries made by women directors — from Chantal Akerman and Peggy Ahwesh to Yvonne Rainer and Claire Simon — about women’s lives.
Celebrating 40 years, Icarus has been one of the champions of international documentary cinema in the US, sharing films that may have otherwise gone completely overlooked.
Seeking to upend the male-dominated canon but directed by a man, Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema defies some hierarchies while reinforcing others.
What started as a biopic of Soviet physicist Lev Landau ballooned into a years-long Ukrainian social experiment involving thousands of amateur actors. The resulting 13 feature films are now screening for the first time.
Chantal Akerman’s death by suicide in October 2015, led me to revisit many of her films and to watch new ones, among them Je tu il elle of 1975.
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this season.
For 12 days, the Criterion Collection has made its entire catalogue of Akerman’s work available for viewing on Hulu for free.
LOS ANGELES — This week, a multi-venue screening of the works of filmmaker Chantal Akerman begins, a Marilyn Minter retrospective opens, artist Paul Ramirez Jonas invites you to make a promise, and more.
Julia Gfrörer expresses the fantastical and the medieval in the mundane.
Beginning life as an installment in a European television series on modern dance, One Day Pina Asked… (1983) is the best cinematic reflection on the late, great modern dance choreographer Pina Bausch.